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PROJECT MANAGEMENT LIMITED

PROGRAMMING SERVICES
SERVI CE. DOC
OUTLINE OF OPTIONS AVAILABLE
BRM
PROGRAMMING SERVICES

OUTLINE OF OPTIONS AVAILABLE



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The following is a basic description of the various programme provision options which can be provided. For all of the options identified, the appearance of output
can be customised with individual logos and annotations to suit the needs of the customer.
PROGRAMME TYPE DESCRIPTION ESTIMATE OF TIME TO PREPARE
1. Master Programme
Tender Programme
This programme is the basic requirement for any
project.
Without this programme it will not be possible to
generate any of the optional services required.
The master programme will be built up to suit the
needs of the customer and the project. For instance,
on residential developments it may be necessary to
provide a programme for each individual unit as the
basis for the Master Programme.
All programmes are produced as fully logic linked
gantt charts which are capable of critical path
analysis. The programmes can be produced with
the critical path and float either shown or hidden.
Programmes can be produced using a range of
proprietary planning software.
The programme can be produced in full colour at an
appropriate size, up to A0.
The period of time required to prepare a detailed Master
Programme will depend upon the amount of information
upon which the programme is to be based and the
scope of the project being programmed.

Where it is possible to standardise fixed elements of the
programme (such as standard apartment types!) the
programme preparation time can be considerably
reduced.

As a guide, typical tender master programmes for a
whole range of projects can take between two to three
days to produce; typical residential development
programmes comprising conversion of existing buildings
without much structural works will take approximately
one or two days.
2. Summary Master Programme This programme is produced to reduce the amount
of information presented on a programme whilst
reflecting the periods generated by the Detailed
Master programme in (1. above).
Typically, these programmes will be produced in full
colour at A3 size, however, for use in presentations
these can be produced at any size up to A0.
Alternatively they can be produced as overhead
projection transparencies.
A sample of a Summary programme is included,
entitled: Phasing Summary Programme!
This programme is produced as an extract from the
Detailed Master Programme. As such it will take only
about an hour to produce, customise and print.
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OUTLINE OF OPTIONS AVAILABLE



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PROGRAMME TYPE DESCRIPTION ESTIMATE OF TIME TO PREPARE
3. Individual element programmes These are extracts from the Master Programme (1.
above) and can represent either the works by an
individual trade or the works to an individual area of
work.
Samples of these are included as a) Typical Block
Guide Programme and b) Trade Extract For:
Bricklayer.
See 2. above
4. Procurement Programmes Virtually all detailed programmes produced will be
linked into a typical trade package procurement
programme.
The typical programme identifies dates for a) Issue
Tender; b) Return Tender; c) Place Order and d)
Start on site. This can be expanded to illustrate
latest dates for receipt of information, submission
and approvals of samples and working drawings,
fabrication and material procurement, as required by
the customer.
This programme can be expanded to include for the
procurement of individual materials or
equipment/plant as required.
A sample Typical Trade Package Lead-in!
programme is included with this document.
The time taken to modify the Typical! programme will
obviously depend upon the level of detail required by
the customer.

In most cases, a modified procurement programme can
be produced, customised and printed in about two to
three hours.
5. Key Milestone Programme Some Customers require the identification of specific
events or milestones as individual programmes for
management monitoring purposes.
These programmes can be produced as an extract
of the detailed master programme.
A sample programme identifying Oversite!, First
Fix!, Plaster!, Second Fix! and Completion!
complete dates for a residential development is
included with this document. In this case, the
individual dates for each milestone are reported in a
tabular form at the side of the bar chart.
Where the reporting milestones have been included in
the initial preparation of the detailed master programme
the time needed to produce the extract programme will
be as for 2. above.

Where the milestones have to be retro-added to the
programme, the time required will depend upon the
number of milestones being added.
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PROGRAMME TYPE DESCRIPTION ESTIMATE OF TIME TO PREPARE
6. Cash Flow and Resource
Programmes
It is possible to allocate both cash (income and/or
expenditure) and resources (labour and/or
consumables) to individual programme activities.
In this way cash flow forecast curves, labour
histograms and resource requirement schedules can
be produced in full colour. The information can also
be exported into spreadsheet formats for
manipulation by the customer.
Samples of both a Cash Flow Programme! and a
Labour Resource Programme! are also included.
As with 5. above, the time taken to produce these
programmes depends upon whether or not the
information is available for inclusion when the Detailed
Master Programme is first prepared.
7. Progress Reporting Progress can be added to the detailed master
programme to monitor progress achieved and to
provide forecasts of the effect which progress
achieved will have upon out-turn dates.
The information resulting can be portrayed in various
formats such as marked up programmes and tabular
schedules.
From a progressed programme we can identify
areas of specific concern which should be carefully
addressed by the customer. Similarly, we can
suggest ways to mitigate possible delays.
Sample programmes are included which record
a) progress achieved up to time now! and b) the
effect of progress achieved compared with a
baseline [the original agreed programme]. A sample
tabular schedule is also included showing planned
and actual progress achieved with a measure of how
far ahead or behind programme each task is. These
reports can be produced at either the most detailed
level or as summary reports identifying only areas in
delay.
Typically, it takes about five hours to update a
programme with progress, generate a tabular report
schedule and print summary programmes which record
the current position of a project and forecast the likely
out-turn.

Where more detailed programmes are required, the
time required may vary slightly.
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PROGRAMME TYPE DESCRIPTION ESTIMATE OF TIME TO PREPARE
8. What if?! programmes By reference to a baseline of the Detailed Master
Programme we can produce programmes which
illustrate the effect of change and what if?!
scenarios. These may include answers to questions
such as: What will be the likely out-turn programme
if we alter the specification and scope of the window
refurbishment?!
The time required for What If?! programmes depends
upon the individual programme and cannot be
quantified for a typical case.
9. Claim analysis programmes The Detailed Master Programme can be used as a
tool for analysing the cause and effect of delay to a
project. This can be undertaken both in defence! of
a claim and to demonstrate entitlement to extensions
of time.
The programme analysis can be carried out with the
full support of a quantum analysis by our own
Quantity Surveyors.
As 8. above





PROGRAMME SAMPLES
SAMPLE_4. PPP
PROJECT MANAGEMENT LIMITED
BRM





1996 1997
April May June July August September October November December January February
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Tender co-ord/ext works co-ord/clean & maintenance systems
Develop Details with Cladding Contractor
Draft Co-ordination Drawings: Head Building
Typical Plant Areas: Office Roof Plant
Produce Contract Documents
Print & Collate Specifications & Drawings
Issue details to QS
Produce tender documents (Cladding)
Issue cladding tender
Tender period (Cladding)
Reviewtender (Cladding)
Appoint Cladding Contractor
Mobilise Cladding Contractor design
Cladding Detail Package/Fixed Price
Commence cladding procurement & lead in
Produce tender documents (Frame)
Issue frame tender
Tender period (Frame)
Reviewtender (Frame)
Commence steel detailing/fabrication
Produce tender documents (Main Contract)
Issue Main Contract tender
Tender period (Main Contract)
Reviewtender (Main Contract)
Appoint Main Contractor
Mobilise Main Contract works for start on site
Start on Site
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PROGRAMME REFERENCE:
SAMPLE21 MANUFACTURING PLANT PROJECT
CRITICAL EFFECT OF PROGRESS
PROGRAMME EXAMPLE
Printed: 09/Oct/96
FileName: Samp_017.pdb
Output Name: c:\filing\powproj\output\sample21.wmf
Border Name: c:\filing\powproj\borders\a2_3rowl.b
PROGRAMME SAMPLE
TO SHOW EFFECT OF PROGRESS MEASURED (FORECAST C/W BASELINE)





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LEAD-IN
Design
PRELIMS&DAYWORKS
Preliminaries
Dayworks &Contingencies
CONSTRUCTIONWORKS
Demolitions &Alterations
Waterproofing
Foundations
Frame
Repairs toexistingframe
Upper floors
Works toroofs
Stairs
External walls
Repairs toexternal elevation
Windows &external doors
Internal partitions
Internal doors &frames
Floor finishes
Wall finishes
Ceilingfinishes
Fittings &furnishings
Sanitaryware
Builder's works in connection...
EXTERNALWORKS
Sitepreparation
Landscaping
Canopies
Securegarden
Trolley Store
Drainage(Option A)
Builders work in connection
SERVICESINSTALLATION
Mechanical Installation
Electrical Installation
Lift Installation
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"292,402.92 "514,703.96 "429,977.71 "371,033.41 "479,079.43 "437,703.04 "391,509.45 "419,424.13 "321,971.53 "123,122.76 "541,328.46 MONTHLY:
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TOTAL: "5,846,764.23
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"472,500
"85,375
"105,499.96
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"82,748.38
"14,000
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"215,627.95
"112,940.04
"105,963.06
"774,888.68
"316,531.83
"155,893.90
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"138,957.51
"46,720
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"3,742
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"802,084.87
"126,856
"16,351.67
"118,203.48
"336,815.47
"402,351.77
TRADE:
DESIGN DAYWORKSETC... STRIP/DEMO WATERPROOFING STRUCTURE GENERAL WINDOWS INT/L FINISHES
SERVICES EXTERNAL WORKS HOISTS
PROGRAMMEREFERENCE:
- SAMPLE 011 -
SAMPLE PROGRAMME
CASH FLOW PROGRAMME
Printed: 15/Jul/95
FileName: SAMP_011.pdb
Output Name: c:\windows\powproj\output\samp_011.wmf
Border Name: c:\windows\powproj\borders\a3_basel.b
PROGRAMME SAMPLE





1995 1996
June July August September October November December January February March April
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POSTTENDERPROCUREMENTPROGRAMME
Masonry [LO]
Commence work on site
WORKSTONORTHBLOCK
Replace coping &parapet remedials
Formopenings through retained walls
Formopenings through retained walls
Formopenings through retained walls
Formopenings through retained walls
Construct newblock walls
Construct newblock walls
Construct newblock walls
Construct newblock walls
Masonry repairs and clean down
Facade remedials and final cleaning
WORKSTOSOUTHBLOCK
Replace coping &parapet remedials
Formopenings through retained walls
Formopenings through retained walls
Formopenings through retained walls
Formopenings through retained walls
Construct newblock walls
Construct newblock walls
Construct newblock walls
Construct newblock walls
Masonry repairs and clean down
Facade remedials and final cleaning
WORKSTOWINGBLOCKS
Replace coping &parapet remedials
External cladding and windows
Formopenings through retained walls
Formopenings through retained walls
Formopenings through retained walls
Formopenings through retained walls
Construct newblock walls
Construct newblock walls
Construct newblock walls
Construct newblock walls
Masonry repairs and clean down
Facade remedials and final cleaning
WORKSTOMAINBLOCK
Replace coping &parapet remedials
Formopenings through retained walls
Formopenings through retained walls
Formopenings through retained walls
Formopenings through retained walls
Formopenings through retained walls
Construct newblock walls
Construct newblock walls
Construct newblock walls
Construct newblock walls
Construct newblock walls
Construct newblock walls
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Facade remedials and final cleaning
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PROGRAMMEREFERENCE:
Prog Samp 007
HOSPITAL CONVERSION
TRADE EXTRACT FOR: BRICKLAYER
Printed: 01/Jun/95
FileName: c:\windows\powproj\temporar\rp000000.wrk
Output Name: c:\windows\powproj\output\samp_007.wmf
Border Name: c:\windows\powproj\borders\a3_basel.b
PROGRAMME SAMPLE





PROGRAMMEREFERENCE:
PROGRAMMEISSUED:
P0437\OP\001e
15/Aug/1998
SURBITON WATER WORKS
OUTLINE MASTER PROGRAMME
MASTER PROGRAMME [Revised 14/08/98]
Printed: 15/Aug/1998
FileName: 461_001e.pdb
Output Name: c:\filing\powproj\output\46181503.wmf
Border Name: c:\filing\powproj\borders\standard\a2_l3l.b
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J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S O N D J F M A M J J A S
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SITE ESTABLISHMENT PROGRAMME
SALES COMPLEX AND MARKETING SUITE PROGRAMME
SITE PREPARATION, MAINS DRAINAGE AND UTILITY INFRASTRUCTURE
PHASE 1 CONSTRUCTION WORKS PROGRAMME
PHASE 2 CONSTRUCTION WORKS PROGRAMME
PHASE 3 CONSTRUCTION WORKS PROGRAMME
PHASE 4 CONSTRUCTION WORKS PROGRAMME
PHASE 5 CONSTRUCTION WORKS PROGRAMME
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CODE:
INFRASTRUCTURE SALES P01 P02 P03
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PROGRAMME SAMPLE
LABOUR RESOURCE REQUIREMENT





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STRUCTURAL & GENERAL WORKS CONTRACTORS
Demolitions
Groundworker
Roofing Contractor
Windows Contractor
Bricklayer
Special bricks
INTERNAL WORKS CONTRACTORS
Mechanical Services
Electrical Services
Kitchen Contractor
Carpentry Contractor
Joinery Contractor
Screed, Plastering
Ceramic Tiling Contractor
Soft Floor Coverings
Decorator
Issue Tenders
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29/Apr/1998
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PROGRAMMEREFERENCE:
PROGRAMMEISSUED:
P0461\S\PP001_
23/May/98
SURBITON WATER WORKS
DETAILED PROCUREMENT EVENTS (INITIAL AREAS/SALES)
MASTER PROGRAMME [Issued 26/05/98]
Printed: 23/May/98
FileName: 461_001_.pdb
Output Name: c:\filing\powproj\output\46152312.wmf
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PROGRAMME SAMPLE
TYPICAL TRADE PACKAGE LEAD-IN





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DETAILED DESIGN
ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN
Street Interactive Areas
Specification/Co-ordination
Misc additional details & specifications
Tender co-ord/ext works co-ord/clean & maintenance systems
Issue to QS - street (external)
Offices/Courtyards
Head Building
Issue to QS - head building & courtyards (external)
Develop Details with Cladding Contractor
Detail Roofing Design development
Penetrations & Gutters
Manufacturing Roof
Office Roof
Head Building
Specification/Co-ordination
Issue to QS - roofs (external)
Internal construction
Street Pods/glazing & cladding
Street Internal Glazing
Ceiling details and review
Suspended ceilings
Blockwork/Plasterboard
Fire Shutters & roller shutters
Smoke barriers/curtains & fire stopping
Issue to QS - glazing & screens
EXTERNAL WORKS DESIGN
Site Infrastructure Landscape Details
Courtyard Plan/Details
Sitewide Road
Water Feature
STRUCTURAL DESIGN
Drawing production ( 35 drgs )
Cross sections - steelwork
Roof Plans - steelwork
Typical details - steelwork
Issue steelwork details to QS
Foundation GAs
Foundation Reinforcement
BUILDING SERVICES DESIGN
Draft Abridged Drawings
Draft Abridged Drawings: Office Areas
Draft Abridged Drawings: Manufacturing
Draft Abridged Drawings: Street
Draft Abridged Drawings: Head Building
Draft Abridged Drawings: Other Areas
Schematic Diagrams
Draft Co-ordination Drawings
Draft Co-ordination Drawings: Typical Office Module
Draft Co-ordination Drawings: Typical Manufacturing Bay
Draft Co-ordination Drawings: Street Sections and Plans
Draft Co-ordination Drawings: Head Building
MAIN TRADE ADVANCE PROCUREMENT
ENABLING WORKS PROCUREMENT
Sign off strategy
Produce tender documents (Enabling Contract)
Issue Enabling Contract tender
Tender period (Enabling Contract)
Review tender (Enabling Contract)
Appoint Enabling Contractors
Mobilise Enabling Contract works for start on site
Enabling Contract works on site
CLADDING PROCUREMENT
Produce tender documents (Cladding)
Issue cladding tender
Tender period (Cladding)
Review tender (Cladding)
Appoint Cladding Contractor
Mobilise Cladding Contractor design
Cladding Detail Package/Fixed Price
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PROGRAMMEREFERENCE:
SAMPLE20
MANUFACTURING PLANT PROJECT
PROGRESSED DESIGN AND PROCUREMENT PROGRAMME (01/07/96)
PROGRAMME EXAMPLE
Printed: 09/Oct/96
FileName: Samp_018.pdb
Output Name: c:\filing\powproj\output\sample20.wmf
Border Name: c:\filing\powproj\borders\a2_3rowp.b
PROGRAMME SAMPLE
TO SHOW RECORD OF PROGRESS MEASURED






SAMPLE PROGRESS REPORT

Planned Progress Position
Ref: Activity Segment
Start Finish Actual Planned

Weeks
Behind
Weeks
Ahead
Remarks
001 Notice of Possession of Site 10/02/1997 10/02/1997 100.0% 100.0%
002 Mobilisation 10/02/1997 14/03/1997 100.0% 100.0%
003 Contract Start (17.3.97) 15/03/1997 15/03/1997 100.0% 100.0%
004 Procurement (Sub-Programme) 17/02/1997 15/05/1998 24.0% 32.5% 5.5
005 Form access routes 17/03/1997 27/03/1997 100.0% 100.0%
006 Site establishment & setting out 17/03/1997 21/03/1997 100.0% 100.0%
006 Site establishment & setting out 24/03/1997 15/04/1997 100.0% 100.0%
007 PQP & Part 2 Health & Safety plan prep & approval 10/02/1997 14/03/1997 100.0% 100.0%

008 BASEMENT EXCAVATION & DRAINAGE Sub structure 15/03/1997 22/05/1997 0.0% 100.0% 17.3
009 Excavate existing stone & stock pile 17/03/1997 21/03/1997 100.0% 100.0%
010 Excavate to reduced level - 4.495 21/03/1997 28/04/1997 100.0% 100.0%
011 Excavate & lay drains, construct manholes/sumps 08/04/1997 30/04/1997 100.0% 100.0%
011 Excavate & lay drains, construct manholes/sumps 01/05/1997 22/05/1997 100.0% 100.0%
012 Construct lift pit 08/04/1997 28/04/1997 100.0% 100.0%
013 Fill, compact & concrete blinding 14/04/1997 06/05/1997 100.0% 100.0%
014 Lay basement slab tanking & protection 18/04/1997 14/05/1997 100.0% 100.0%

015 BASEMENT SLAB CONSTRUCTION Basement slab 02/05/1997 14/07/1997 0.0% 100.0% 10.4
016 Bar reinforcement to slab bays A 02/05/1997 27/05/1997 100.0% 100.0%
016 Bar reinforcement to slab bays B 27/05/1997 10/06/1997 100.0% 100.0%
016 Bar reinforcement to slab bays C 10/06/1997 23/06/1997 100.0% 100.0%
016 Bar reinforcement to slab bays D 23/06/1997 07/07/1997 100.0% 100.0%
017 Edge shutters, kickers & stop ends A 20/05/1997 30/05/1997 100.0% 100.0%
017 Edge shutters, kickers & stop ends B 03/06/1997 11/06/1997 100.0% 100.0%
017 Edge shutters, kickers & stop ends C 13/06/1997 24/06/1997 100.0% 100.0%
017 Edge shutters, kickers & stop ends D 30/06/1997 11/07/1997 100.0% 100.0%
018 Blow out & concrete slab bays A 27/05/1997 02/06/1997 100.0% 100.0%
018 Blow out & concrete slab bays B 05/06/1997 12/06/1997 100.0% 100.0%
018 Blow out & concrete slab bays C 18/06/1997 25/06/1997 100.0% 100.0%
018 Blow out & concrete slab bays D 07/07/1997 14/07/1997 100.0% 100.0%
019 BASEMENT WALL CONSTRUCTION TO LVL 000 Basement walls 03/06/1997 11/08/1997 0.0% 59.4% 5.9
020 Back shutter & bar reinforcement to wall bays A 03/06/1997 23/06/1997 100.0% 100.0%
020 Back shutter & bar reinforcement to wall bays B 24/06/1997 02/07/1997 100.0% 100.0%
020 Back shutter & bar reinforcement to wall bays C 03/07/1997 11/07/1997 100.0% 100.0%
020 Back shutter & bar reinforcement to wall bays D 14/07/1997 22/07/1997 100.0% 0.0% 1.1
021 Front shutter & stop ends A 13/06/1997 25/06/1997 100.0% 100.0%
021 Front shutter & stop ends B 26/06/1997 08/07/1997 100.0% 100.0%
021 Front shutter & stop ends C 08/07/1997 18/07/1997 100.0% 60.0% 0.6
021 Front shutter & stop ends D 18/07/1997 30/07/1997 75.0% 0.0% 1.9
022 Blow out & concrete wall bays A 18/06/1997 01/07/1997 100.0% 100.0%
022 Blow out & concrete wall bays B 02/07/1997 10/07/1997 100.0% 100.0%
022 Blow out & concrete wall bays C 14/07/1997 22/07/1997 100.0% 0.0% 1.1
022 Blow out & concrete wall bays D 23/07/1997 04/08/1997 75.0% 0.0% 2.6
023 Bar reinforcement to columns 24/06/1997 23/07/1997 100.0% 69.0% 1.3
024 Column box formwork, concrete columns 30/06/1997 25/07/1997 100.0% 56.0% 1.6
025 External wall tanking & protection 04/07/1997 11/08/1997 19.0% 26.3% 0.4
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